Prefixes are added to the beginnings of words in order to change the form of a word (for example, from a verb to a noun), or added to convey a meaning. Learn some academic prefixes and practise using them in a sentence.
Now you have learnt what ablaut reduplications are, practise using them in a sentence.
Our students experienced being jockeys for the afternoon on a visit to the famous horse racing town of Newmarket.
In the first of a two part series, we explain what ablaut reduplication is and give some examples for you to learn.
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Discover some phrasal verbs and academic words to use in your IELTS speaking test.
Learn how adjectives can become verbs when 'en' is added to end.
Learn some popular adjectives to describe someone's personality.
Our students got creative this week in our Portraiture workshop.
Do you know what a special intensifier is? Find out in our new grammar exercise.
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